I don't know anyone who doesn't have at least one horror story about hiring a service provider who didn't deliver. I have more than a couple myself. This is why I’m a big fan of Angie's List. Angie's List is a nationwide (U.S.A. and some parts of Canada) network of people just like you and me—except they talk to each other before hiring a provider to work on their home or lawn, provide healthcare or insurance, take care of pets or people, and more. If you want to know the real scoop on your local service providers, Angie's List has it—courtesy of customers who have worked with those same providers in the very recent past.

Learn why KCL trusts Angie's List to provide the right service provider for the job, worry-free, each and every time!

And because we love deals here at KCL, save 40% on an annual membership with the code SUMMER40 (good until June 13th).

What is Angie's List?

Angie's List is an online community of members who share information and reviews for local service providers. The site includes providers throughout North America.

Does Angie's List have mobile apps?

Angie's List has three different mobile apps to help members find the perfect provider on the go.

1. Angie's List website app

This helpful app gives you access to a mobile version of the online website.

  • Get the iOS Angie's List app (free)
  • Get the Android Angie’s List app (free)

2. SnapFix app

SnapFix is a brand-new app that allows you to describe your project, snap a photo for more detail, and then submit it to an Angie's List concierge, who will gather estimates and bids for you.

  • Get the iOS Snapfix app (free)
  • Get the Android Snapfix app (free)

3. Magazine app

For Apple iPad users, Angie's List also offers a free app that allows access to digital versions of the award-winning magazine by the same name.

  • Get the iOS magazine app (free)

How do I get started with Angie's List?

It’s very easy to get started with Angie's List—here is a step-by-step guide you can follow.

  • Visit http://www.angieslist.com.
  • Click the orange "Join Now" button.
  • Type in your zip code, email address and a password of your choice.
  • Click "continue."
  • Select your plan (pricing depends on zip code; enjoy a 20% savings on any plan when you pay with PayPal).
  • Fill out your payment information, read and agree to the Member Agreement, and click "submit."

Note: You can browse all of Angie's List’s approved providers without paying for a membership, but you can only view members' reviews—which is one of the main benefits of using Angie's List over researching blind on your own—by purchasing a plan.

How do I just browse without buying a plan?

Here is a step-by-step guide to browse without buying.

How do I know I can trust Angie's List to find me the right provider?

Angie's List has been favorably profiled by the likes of Mompreneur, the Today Show, MSNBC, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and other trusted sources. But ultimately, it’s Angie's List's network of honest, tell-it-like-it-is customers just like you that gives the review site its uniquely trusted reputation!

How to save by using Angie’s List 

There are several great ways to save when you use Angie's List—here are some of the best ways.


By subscribing for a few dollars a month, you can save hundreds or even thousands by hiring the right provider for your needs. Not only does Angie's List offer you a "110% money-back guarantee" if you’re not happy with your membership, but they’re the only review site certified annually by BPA Worldwide, a respected independent auditing firm.

Pay using PayPal

If you pay with your PayPal account, you can save an additional 20% off your chosen plan price.

Subscribe to "The Big Deal"

The Big Deal is Angie's List's discount e-magazine that delivers discounts and deals right to your inbox. You can save up to 80% on select providers through The Big Deal (it's free to subscribe even if you’re not a member).

Get resolution quick

If you do have a complaint about a local provider, becoming a member of Angie's List permits you to post an unfavorable review—to which the provider can then respond. Providers have a greater incentive to respond and fix the complaint in order to keep their good standing on Angie's List. If you have a praise for a local provider, becoming a member of Angie's List permits you to give them their due and help others as well!

Angie's List: Hire Right the First Time Around & Save